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8:55 AM EDT on September 12, 2014

    • Vincent Gentile: Let's Honor 9/11 Victims With Unfettered Free Parking (News)
    • Cydney S. Arther, Hit by Driver on West End Avenue Last Weekend, Dies From Injuries (DNA)
    • DiNapoli: Cities in NY Spending Less Than a Third of What's Needed for Infra Upkeep (MTRCrain's)
    • Downtown Brooklyn Tower Developer to Take Advantage of Reduced Parking Minimums (YIMBY)
    • One Dead, Two Injured in High-Speed Bronx Crash; Witness Says Drivers Were Racing (News)
    • Industry City and NYC DOT Apply for Grant to Calm Third Avenue in Sunset Park (DNA)
    • 50th Precinct Conducts Two-Week Enforcement Campaign on Broadway in Riverdale (R'dale Press)
    • Daily News: Port Authority Should Open Greenwich Street to Pedestrians
    • Unless You're in a Car, Your Life Just Isn't Worth That Much Ink to the Mainstream Press (NYT)
    • Next Up From the Post: A Red Hot Exclusive on Overdue Library Books

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